Ethnicity, Reconciliation, & Justice

By Matt Meyer

Every summer, InterVarsity staff and students spend several weeks all over the U.S. and the world on a Global Project, a Global Urban Trek, or an Urban Project. 

By Willie Krischke

Yesterday, we celebrated the birth of our country. But I was celebrating a different piece of our history: the integral role Native Americans have graciously played in the thriving of our nation.

By Charlene Brown

When summer arrives, I jump into my favorite warm-weather activities: time by the pool, reading outside, and most importantly, shared meals and cookouts with friends and family.

By Katelin Hansen

When I started college, I couldn’t have named a single Black gospel singer. I was a classical music major with a narrow range of taste, and thought I already knew everything about what “good music” was.

By Willie Krischke

Assimilation is a powerful force, and hard to resist. I learned this watching Star Trek. Turns out it’s true, even in our culture that professes a love of diversity and individuality.

By Willie Krischke

The last thing I want to do is perpetuate a stereotype. Every now and then I meet someone who still thinks Native Americans have a “special connection” with the earth—that they can talk to animals or put their ear to the ground and hear a herd of buffalo coming from ten miles away.

By Katya Schmidt

My faked indifference, Is my witness. I’m not in the best... Fitness of heart and mind—Doing the daily grind. I gotta stop for a second ’cause truly loving meets resistance.

By Jen Herrmann

For Lent this year, I decided to drink nothing but water. The plan was to give the money that I saved to help purchase clean water for those who have none...

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